Diana Hamilton, a gospel singer from Ghana, has spoken about the challenging years of her marriage when she was unable to have children.
She went to bed every night with tears in her eyes throughout the more than six years it took her to conceive and give birth.
Dian Hamilton said during a Joy Prime interview that she wants to see women who are unable to have children treated appropriately because of what she had to go through.
“I cried at the end of every month when I was hopeful and it didn’t happen. Like a Christian, you don’t cry like an unbeliever, you cry as somebody who has hope.”
If you don’t cry, then you’re being a hypocrite. So I cried, but I trusted God and, when God did it, it was a miracle.”
Diana Hamilton noted that the joy of having children served as the inspiration for the majority of her compositions. She thinks they were worthwhile when she considers the painful therapy and all of the tears.
The singer of “Adom” went on to say that being diagnosed with a fatal illness that almost claimed her life was one of the lowest periods in her life.
“I was hospitalised for six days or so and they couldn’t tell what it was and fear gripped me because it was at the height of Covid when nobody was allowed to come in and I was afraid for my life.”
“Tests were run and they couldn’t tell me what it was. My infection rate was going up, they were trying every antibiotic [but] in the height of my fears God brought me healing that was mind-blowing.”